VIP Completions will display its recently completed Dassault Falcon 2000 “flying showroom” demonstrator next Wednesday at Miami-Opa locka Executive Airport (KOPF) during an NBAA Regional Forum. The Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based aircraft completions and refurbishment specialist has outfitted more than 600 aircraft and last year decided to undertake the acquisition and revamp its own business jet to show customers its work.
The company’s 22-year-old Falcon features 10 custom-designed seats with Garrett leathers, oak woodwork in a matte-brown finish, carpeting and cabin details using Loro Piana fabrics, and a custom bar area adjacent to the galley and open to the cabin. The aircraft's entertainment systems include a custom Alto audio system calibrated using Alto’s MySound optimization tool, and the cabin management system can be controlled with Creston touch panels at each seat and in the galley.
“We are proud to be taking our very own Falcon 2000 to its first-ever NBAA Regional Forum,” said VIP Completions president Ben Shirazi. “Owning our own business jet is the perfect way to demonstrate what we do. Our Falcon embodies the elegance of contemporary private aviation and the NBAA Regional Forum in Opa Locka is the ideal opportunity for our team to network with the business aviation community.”